National Funds Loan Officer, Low Income Investment Fund

The Low Income Investment Fund is a non-profit community development financial institution, that mobilizes capital and partners to achieve opportunity, equity and wellbeing for people and communities. LIIF innovates financial solutions that center racial equity to create more equitable outcomes for all by building and preserving affordable homes, quality educational opportunities from early childhood through K-12 education, and community facilities.

The National Funds Loan Officer is responsible for the creation, management and deployment of a portfolio of Funds and other Structured Products which use LIIF’s capital in combination with other financing sources – including conventional bank debt, CDFI or other mission-aligned financing, philanthropic funds, and state/federal subsidies - to support the development of affordable housing and/or or mixed-use facilities. In this role, the Funds Officer will support the management and expansion of LIIF’s national fund business. This position can work out of any LIIF office: San Francisco, CA; Los Angeles, CA; New York, NY; Washington D.C.; or Atlanta, GA.

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Associate - Commercial Real Estate Relationship Manager 2, Wells Fargo Bank

The CRE Relationship Manager 2 will be on the Community Lending and Investment (CLI) Debt team and aligned to the Northeastern region. The CLI Debt team provides financing products that include construction and permanent financing of both ground-up development and the acquisition & rehabilitation of existing affordable housing properties. Target customers include experienced for and not-for-profit affordable housing developers focused on delivering quality affordable multifamily housing. 

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Community Planner, NYCHA

NYCHA's Real Estate Development Department (REDD) has three (3) open positions -- Senior Asset Manager, Project Manager, and Community Planner -- that are crucial to achieving the goals of NYCHA 2.0 and structuring transactions that will address over $15 billion in capital needs across NYCHA’s properties.

The Community Planner, under the supervision of the Director of Community Planning, will lead community-based planning and engagement initiatives focused on the preservation and development of permanently affordable housing. If interested in the position, use reference job ID #493021 in your search.

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Project Manager, NYCHA

NYCHA's Real Estate Development Department (REDD) has three (3) open positions -- Senior Asset Manager, Project Manager, and Community Planner -- that are crucial to achieving the goals of NYCHA 2.0 and structuring transactions that will address over $15 billion in capital needs across NYCHA’s properties. 

The Project Manager, under the direction of the Vice President of Transactions, will assist with the financial modeling and analysis of housing development projects on property owned by NYCHA, preservation projects to rehabilitate and preserve NYCHA-owned public housing, and other NYCHA Real Estate Development activities. If interested in the position, use reference job ID #492337 in your search.

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Senior Asset Manager, NYCHA

NYCHA's Real Estate Development Department (REDD) has three (3) open positions -- Senior Asset Manager, Project Manager, and Community Planner -- that are crucial to achieving the goals of NYCHA 2.0 and structuring transactions that will address over $15 billion in capital needs across NYCHA’s properties. 

The Senior Asset Manager, under the direction of the Vice President of Asset Management, will manage a portfolio of assets repositioned for the preservation and creation of public and affordable housing, respectively. If interested in the position, use reference job ID #494877 in your search.

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Acquisitions Sr. Associate/Associate, CDT

CDT forms joint ventures with experienced non-profit, public, and for-profit affordable housing operators to acquire and preserve existing income- and rent-restricted (LIHTC, Section 8, etc.) properties. The Acquisitions Associate/Sr. Associate will assist in managing the evaluation, acquisition, and, in some cases, rehabilitation of existing affordable housing properties throughout the United States.

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Project Manager – Real Estate Development, Lemle & Wolff

Lemle & Wolff, a developer, builder and manager of affordable housing is seeking an experienced Project Manager to join our real estate development team in the Bronx. The employee in this position will work with the firm’s development partners on a variety of professional and technical tasks related to the acquisition, financing and overall development of existing and future projects.

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Assistant Project Manager, Strada Ventures

Strada Ventures LLC is a woman owned real estate consulting and development company with expertise in affordable housing. Strada is a trusted advisor providing customized services to for-profit and non-profit affordable housing developers.

The position is a unique opportunity to learn from the existing Strada staff, who are all veterans in the field, to work with some of the most prolific developers in NYC, and to grow professionally in tandem with Strada’s growth.

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Real Estate Development Associate, Lemle & Wolff

Lemle & Wolff, a developer, builder and manager of affordable housing is seeking a Real Estate Development Associate to join our development team in the Bronx. The employee in this entry level position will work with the firm’s project managers and partners on a variety of professional, technical and administrative tasks related to the acquisition, financing and overall development of existing and future projects. This is a position with growth opportunity in the company for the right individual who is interested in learning the real estate development process and the affordable housing industry.

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Operations Coordinator – Realty Group, Selfhelp Realty Group

The Operations Coordinator, under the supervision of, and reporting to, the Asset Manager, will be responsible for overseeing Selfhelp’s housing portfolio’s operational and physical plant activities. The Operations Coordinator will work with third-party professionals (including property management, energy engineers, etc.) to identify issues, prepare scopes and execute maintenance projects. In addition, the Operations Coordinator may provide assistance in the management of Selfhelp’s scattered program spaces.

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